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Entertainment These 3 sentences will make your marriage divorce-proof.

22:45  02 march  2021
22:45  02 march  2021 Source:   freundin.de

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Sometimes just a few words are enough to strengthen the relationship. You can read which ones are here

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A long and happy partnership requires work. That was true even before the corona pandemic and now even more so in the lockdown, where you spend more time together than usual and possibly discover one or the other quirks in your partner that previously went undetected or argue more often than usual.

dates and spontaneous short trips, which should bring new momentum to the relationship, fall flat in lockdown, but the psychologist Dr. Kathryn Smerling is convinced that the following simple sentences are enough to strengthen a partnership or to make marriages more secure from divorce:

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1. "I appreciate you."

Whether you are only together for a few months or for many years: You should never take your partner for granted. Even if he's just doing something small, like bringing coffee to bed or putting on your favorite playlist, you should make the effort to convey your appreciation to him.

With this little word you end every argument

2. "What can I do for you?"

Especially in long relationships and marriages, routines are sometimes so rigid that they are hardly ever questioned. Perhaps you are used to your partner cooking or picking up the children every evening, that you forget to ask to swap roles. Dr. Smerling also recommends offering support in the form of a massage, a TV evening together or the like, even in situations in which you cannot actively help (because your partner has difficulties at work, for example).

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3. "Thank you"

Gratitude is one of the most important pillars in interpersonal relationships - and especially in a marriage. This is even proven by scientific studies . Researchers at the University of Georgia, in a survey of 500 married couples, found that "thank you" is such a powerful word that the couples who use it frequently are less prone to misunderstandings and other stressors that can weigh on the marriage. Even after many years together, it is therefore extremely important to express your gratitude. For both the big and the smaller, everyday things.

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